About AMA New Orleans

New Orleans isn’t like other places, and the New Orleans chapter of the American Marketing Association is just as unique as our city. Our organization helps local marketing professionals connect with each other, stay on top of marketing trends, and grow their careers in the Crescent City. Members learn from national presenters who travel in to speak at our monthly luncheons and can avail themselves to all of AMA’s national resources and professional learning opportunities.

New Orleans French Quarter

Upcoming Events

Security and marketing
Dec 01

Staying Secure in a Remote World

Wednesday, December 1 - 12:00 pm

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The Tchoup Yard
Dec 15

AMA Members-Only End of Year Party

Wednesday, December 15 - 5:00 pm

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Volunteers

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Interested in meeting like-minded professionals across New Orleans? Looking for ways to add leadership and marketing experience to your resume? AMA NOLA is solution. Please join our team of volunteers who work together to provide marketing events and resources to the New Orleans community. First priority on our volunteer team is having fun.

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Speaker

Become A Speaker

Share your area of expertise with the New Orleans community through AMA NOLA. Our programming objective is to support local business and local talent; #NOLARising. We are seeking subject matter experts that can provide advice, insights, and hands-on learning through workshops, panels, and seminars. Give back to our great city through AMA.

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